For the first time in history, the Netherlands is hosting the finals of the UEFA Women's Championship. Sixteen teams, including the Orange Lionesses, are competing from 16 July until 6 August. The venues are Breda, Tilburg, Rotterdam, Utrecht, Doetinchem, Deventer and Enschede.
|Group A||Group B||Group C||Group D|
With sixteen countries taking part, WEURO 2017 is the biggest European Championship finals ever held.
The opening match is scheduled at 18:00 on 16 July 2017, with the Dutch hosts taking on Norway at Stadion Galgenwaard in Utrecht. The final will be held in Enschede on 6 August 2017.
Germany are the holders; Austria, Belgium, Scotland and Switzerland are making their debut on a UEFA Women's EURO. Portugal were the last nation to qualify for the finals, after two play-off matches against Romania.
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|Group matches||€ 20||€ 10|
|Quarter-finals||€ 20||€ 10|
|Semi-finals||€ 30||€ 15|
|Final||€ 40||€ 20|
Children aged under 15 and accompanied by an adult receive a 50% discount. Groups of ten or more people will receive a 20% discount per person. Fans who visit all matches in a single stadium or attend all matches by a specific country will receive a 20% discount on the total amount.
The EURO 2017 foundation (Stichting EK vrouwen 2017) is looking for volunteers to support the organisation of the tournament. Sign up in one of the host cities.
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